Having read your previous post, nobody said it couldn't be done, they did say it would be difficult without machine tools, IE a good lathe, at a minimum, a bridgeport type milling machine would be a big bonus, but a drill press (a good one) would be a minimum, along with some cutting impliments( a hacksaw would work, but you would look like popeye, by the time you were done), and some grinders. Good measuring equipment (better than a tape measure) is also a mandatory item.Also you need to have the skills to use the above equipment. It didn't look like there were any weldments , so a welder may not have been used.Having all of the above equipment & the skill to use them , I was thinking about doing the same to my AC B.....After pricing 20ish HP diesels that were used or new. my concensus was rebuild the stocker....your milage may vary...Shawnspeed
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